Citrus Trees

Bearss Lime

Bearss Lime

The Bearrs Lime has a mysterious past, sometimes being thought of as identical to the Thaiti lime. The tree varies in that it is more erect and larger than the Thahiti lime. 

Cara Cara Navel

Cara Cara Navel

The Cara Cara orange fruit is medium, deep orange with a pink tinted flesh and a small navel. It's name is derived from a limb sports in Venezuela. 

Chandler Pummelo Grapefruit

Chandler Pummelo Grapefruit

The Chanler Grapefruit is a giant grapefruit (about 2lbs each with a 5in diamerter) with a pink flesh, thick spongy rind, and a greenish, yellow skin. Although they are not as sweet as regular grapefruits, they have a pleasant, aromatic flavor.

Clementine (Algerian) Mandarin

Clementine (Algerian) Mandarin

The Clementine ('Algerian') fruit of Mediterranean Algerian origins is small to medium sized, easy to peel, and doesn't become puffy until long after maturity. These tangerines are commonly sold throughout the Christmas holiday season as a compliment to heavy foods

Cocktail Grapefruit

Cocktail Grapefruit

The cocktail grapefruit also known as the Mandelo is an extremely juicy, sweet fruit with a yellow/orange rind and pink/orange flesh making it ideal for beverages.

Dancy Tangerine

Dancy Tangerine

This Dancy tangerine fruit is the first citrus to be called a tangerine as it was grown in Tangiers. It originated in Buena Vista, Florda as a seedling of a Moroccan plant. The Dancy fruit is small to medium sized, easy to peel (also known as a zipper-skin or kid glove tangerine), has seeds, has a rich and sprightly flavor, and is moderately juicy. 

Eureka Lemon

Eureka Lemon

The Eureka Lemon (aka Garey's Eureka) is an extremely popular lemon originating form Sicily. Its medium size fruit is tart and juicy, highly acidic and has a few seeds.

Fairchild Mandarin

Fairchild Mandarin

The Fairchild mandarin is known for its "first of the season" reputation because of its early harvest. The fruit is extremely easy to peel, rich, sweet and juicy with a few seeds

Honey Tangerine

Honey Tangerine

The Honey Tangerine has a small fruit size that is very sweet and juicy and full of seeds. It is a blend of tangerine and sweet orange and is the sweetest variety of tangerine.

Kara Mandarin

Kara Mandarin

The Kara mandarin was developed in the early 1900's and is a cross between a King tagor and an Owari satsuma. The fruit peels fairly well and has a flesh that is tender, juicy, rich and distictive

Kinnow Mandarin

Kinnow Mandarin

The Kinnow mandarin fruit size is medium and has more of a yellow/orange color. The fruit has seeds, is fairly easy to peel, rich flavor, very juicy.

Lee Mandarin

Lee Mandarin

The Lee mandarin, believed to be a descendant of a Clementine and Orlando tangelo cross produces a medium size fruit with a sweet aromatic flavor. The medium-size tree has dense foliage and produces a heavy crop.

Lisbon Lemon

Lisbon Lemon

The Lisbon lemon tree is one of the most commonly grown lemon in California because it is resistant to environmental conditions like frost, heat, wind and neglect. The tree grows extremely large and is very thorny.

 

Mexican / Key Lime

Mexican / Key Lime

The Key Lime (Mexican Lime) is the most aromatic of the limes and is often used for dessets (key lime pie), marmalades, and garnishes. The tree is medium to large size and extremely thorny. 

Meyer Lemon

Meyer Lemon

The Meyer lemon has a milder, less acidic flavor due to being a cross between a mandarin or orange and a lemon. It grows well in pots and substitutes well for a real lemon if you live in a colder climate.

 

Moro Blood Orange

Moro Blood Orange

The Moro blood orange is the most common pigmented orange available in the United States with a jucy, pleasant flavor. The pigmentation is consistant and it is easy to peel with very few seeds. 

Murcott (Honey Tangerine)

Murcott (Honey Tangerine)

The Florida Murcott Honey tangerine is a medium-sized fruit with a rich, juicy body and a think yellow-orange rind. This tree is the most widely grown later Florida tangerine in the market.

Orlando Tangelo

Orlando Tangelo

The early maturing Orlando tangelo is noted for its juiciness, mild and sweet flavor, large size, and flat-round shape with a characteristic knob.

Oroblanco Grapefruit

Oroblanco Grapefruit

Oroblanco grapefruit is a hybrid with an extremely juicy, distinctive, and sweet flavor. The oroblanco was recently introduced as a pummelo hybrid and it does well in the coastal areas of California. 

Page Tangerine

Page Tangerine

The Page tangerine fruit is small to medium, orange/red, has few to many seeds, and produces in large numbers.  This is a great choice for fresh juice lovers. 

Pixie Tangerine

Pixie Tangerine

The Pixie tangerine is a small to medium midseason fruit with a light orange, easy to peel bumpy rind. Its flavor lends itself to being perfect in salads, lunch boxes and dessert.

Rangpur Lime

Rangpur Lime

The Rangpur Lime is about the size of a clementine with a bright orange rind when mature. It is likely a hybrid between a mandarin and a rough lemon and produces a fruit that is highly acidic and bitter with a deeply floral, honeysuckle aroma. 

Reinking Pummelo Grapefruit

Reinking Pummelo Grapefruit

The Reinking Pummelo grapefruit is a giant flat bottomed, pear shaped fruit with white flesh, thick yellow rind and moderately juicy. 

Ruby Grapefruit

Ruby Grapefruit "Redblush"

The redblush grapefruit (also known as Ruby) grows extremely well in California with each large sized trees that yield around 250 fruits annually.

Satsuma Mandarin

Satsuma Mandarin

The Satsuma fruit is the perfect treat for lunch as it's a sweet, healthy desert with very few seeds and is easy to peel. The tree is extremely cold tolerant and fairs well in diverse environments.

Star Ruby Grapefruit

Star Ruby Grapefruit "Rio Red"

The Star Ruby Grapefruit (aka: Rio Red) originates from Texas and produces attractive, red-blushed fruits with good flavor that sweetens without a need for heat.

Summernavel

Summernavel

The Summernavel tree and fruit are very similar to the Washington navel since it is a bud mutation. This tree is often used to provide navel oranges in the summer when Washington’s are not producing. 

Tarocco Blood Orange

Tarocco Blood Orange

The Tarocco blook orange produces a fruit size that medium-large with a raspberry flesh and few seeds with a rich distinctive flavor. It was introduced to Florida from the Mediterranean around 1880.

Trovita

Trovita

The Trovita orange fruit is medium to large, but is slightly smaller, juicier and seedier than the Washington. It has a pleasant sweet and mild flavor and the fruit is known as the navel-less navel. 

Valencia

Valencia

The Valencia orange is known world wide as the "juicing orange."  The tree is extremely vigorous and will reach heights of 12-18 feet in good soil.  

Washington Navel

Washington Navel

The Washington navel orange is the most well know cultivar of sweet oranges in the world. It goes by names such as "Riverside Navel", "Bahia", and "Washington" and established itself in the United States from twelve grafted Brazilian trees around 1870. 

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